I am a PhD student at UMA and I study the use of models in the software industry. I understand that this group discusses many issues related to agile development software, programming languages, standards such as CMMI, IEEE, quality and Jobs, and I think you can help me by sharing your experiences. There is some research that states that agile development is no longer agile when models are used, others report that models are important. There is other research that shows that developers use their own annotations, their own models, these "ad-hoc" models must be identified and formalized, and the programming languages have evolved to be a modeling language themselves. You represent the truth of today's software development and therefore we need your help. Our purpose is to formalize the non-formal or ad-hoc annotations that are used for agile development and propose improvements for agile modeling with UML.
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